It depends on which type of tests are performed & which lab (if any), they are set to. The rapid tests take approximately 15 minutes &do not need to be sent to a lab. The normal tests have to be sent off to one of the labs & they take 24-48 hours to get results.
If a positive person has identified you as a direct contact, you will be notified by a Lyon County Public Health staff member.
As part of the investigation, persons are asked to identify where they have been and specific people they have come in contact with.
Yes, they are taking precautionary measures as directed. It is recommended to call before visiting any healthcare provider, including ER.
Your primary healthcare provider.
Everyone can be tested for COVID-19.
Yes. You should isolate away from everyone.
Yes, if you are living in the same home, as well as anyone else you have had contact with.
It depends on where you traveled, based on current guidelines. Please see https://www.coronavirus.kdheks.gov/175/Travel-Exposure-Related-Isolation-Quaran for the latest information.
Someone who shows no symptoms is asymptomatic. Yes, it is possible for them to transmit the virus, current research is ongoing.
Restaurants are subject to Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) guidelines 785-564-6767. Employers should be following their own protocols for sick employees. If you have a complaint about concerns on the order please call 620-208-3741.
Per CDC.gov at this time, there is no evidence that pets can spread COVID-19.
If you are COVID-19 presumptive/positive you are under an order to isolate by the Lyon County Public Health Department or medical provider. If you violate the isolation order, Public Health will go to the Court to obtain an order to enforce the isolation in their home.